After Chicago thugs including David Axelrod threaten Gallup, they change their polling methods to spike Obama’s numbers (They also pick the people for next week’s presidential town hall)
Well this explains a lot. Obama’s polling numbers have been unusually high in Gallup over the past several weeks. Despite the lousy economy, the Libya cover-up and the debate epic fail. I figured it was just because Gallup was scared of Chicago thugs like David Axelrod after he threatened them months ago for having numbers ‘unfavorable’ to Obama. Well, it turns out I was right. The Hill is reporting that Gallup changed ‘tweaked’ their polling methodology and suddenly Obama has seen a spike in approval ratings. Unfortunately, Gallup can’t be counted on as a reliable poll for this year’s election because of this extortion. The thing to worry about though is that Gallup is in change of picking the people who will ask questions at next week’s presidential townhall debate.
President Obama’s job approval rating spiked this month, according to Gallup’s daily tracking survey, but the jump may be the result of a shift in the polling outlet’s survey methodology.
Since late 2011, President Obama has held steady at just under 50 percent saying they approved of the job he was doing and just under 50 percent saying they disapproved.